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Old 04-16-2005, 02:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i just found out wat VGA means and i was wondering were can i find that on a mobo or is it not on their only the video card???because i just got this case and it has a VGA monitoring system
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Old 04-16-2005, 03:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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This is what VGA looks like.

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i mean like my new case came with a vga monitoring system for the tem and i donno were to put the temperature wire at to see how hot it is..the vga is built on the mobo
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so you have an integrated video card?

then you don't need to worry, because it won't OC and it'll never overheat
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but is it somewere on the mobo too???
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so you have integrated graphics but its not on the rear IO panel?
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i dono its built in the mobo
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i want to monitor my vgA
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What do you mean by monitor? What kind of mobo do you have? Probably you want to put the temp monitor on your chiset heatsink. I beleive that's where integrated video resides. Granted, it won't be only thing generating heat on that chip. You might want to check(by that I mean look in the manual/call the manufacturer) to see if your mobo already has a temp probe on that chip. If it does, you are better of trying to use a software monitor, as that will give more accurate temps. But, if you wan't a readout on the case, then without a rather expensive monitor and client sofware, that probe is out of the question.

EDIT: The chipset should have a largeish heat sink on it. Mine is found in the approximate center of my mobo, between the PCI/AGP slots and the CPU.

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